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* lorcr gave the wedding ring into the goldsmith's hand, '"'„m,," ho said, "a tender thought Within bftöil. " ti" „„ 1, "smith graved, Wile carelul art— .•Tai death us part." The wedding bell rang gladly out, ' l l" husband said. "O, wife, wo shall share the grief, 1 ' ,,( . i„ n ,plncse of life. 1 give to thee afv hand,lay heart. Till death us part." r •.••»ns .»lie that lifted now his hand. 1 Move, that thlishould be !) lion It placed the golden band; And whispered tenderly: •TUI death us io'n, Lu, thou i»rt mine Ami 1 am thino. . The ,. Au .l ,,ii, n .loath (olns wo nsvor inoro ^liall know 1 * I V hrblal of that hotter lovo «rath has no power to part. That troth will be l or thee and Eternity." , dm hill and down the hill] Through fifty changing years,; u-v Phare«! each other'» happiness. aching heart. So n| Thevshared . . . „ They dried each other's tears, Alas, AIM. j That death'» cold dart Such love cun part. Hut one «ad «lay—ahe stood alone Hc*ldo lii« narrow bed; She drew the ring from ol! her hand, Ami to the goldsmith »aid : • I ill, mun, who gra With careral art, 'Till death us part.,' red four other word» for ••Now jrn •Till death U» Join.'" He took 11,o precious golden band once more, With eolnmn, wistful look, Amt wrought with I, not coin, ith us join." r.ll MORN1NU SUMMARY. Subscriptions amounting to $2,500 have been received in Chicago from Irishmen Iu Illinois and Wisconsin, to be uaed in the defense of O'Donnell. A suction of a freight train ran into the ciboose of another train on the Newark di fisiou of the Fan Handle Road yesterday, lilllng Thomas Cranshaw, brak^man, and injuring uuother man. The Secretary of War has directed an of fleer of the Engineer Corps to run the boun dary line between Maryland and Virginia. The detail is made at the request of the Governors of both States. A mixed passenger and freight train on the Waynesburg Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad, ran off the track near BarnestOD, yesterday. Five freight cars were piled up ami a brakeman was killed. As a Lake Shore train was nearing Adrian Michigan, yesterday, it was fired upon by concealed persons. Three windows were broken and three of the passengers had their faces badly cut by fragmenta of flying gllbS. At the Genera) Conference of the Evangel ical Church at Allentown, Pa., yesterday, reports were read fchowlng the growth of the church during the past four years, as an increase of membership of In the Executive Council of Massachusetts ytbtrnlay, the nomination of E. G. Walker, colored, to he Judge of the Municipal Court, felled of confirmation by a vote of 4 to 4. Walker was immediately renominated by Governor Butler. Ju îge Hoad ley spoke at Toledo, Ohio, on Thursday night, although it was reported that he would probably be unable to do so. IK* made a "vigorous" speech to a very liriri audience. lie has promibed to speak io Dayton to-day. It Is reported that J. Monroe Hciskell, Mirahal of the Fire Department of Balti more, has consented to be a Reform candi date lor mayor of that city. He has been requested to do so by distinguished Demo crat:» and Republicans. John ttinifb, «olor«d, in the first degree and sentenced to be hangiMl, escaped from the jail at Oakland, Man land, on Thursday. He called the jailor into his cell, knocked him down, broke his fetters with a hatchet, ldcked the jailor iu the cell and escaped. The City Health Inspector of Chicago, found at the Union Stock Yards In that city on Thursday nine head of cattle infected with cancer and had them killed. Yester day seven additional cattle were found simi larly infected. The animals came from various parts of the country. The hoard of Directors of the National Prison Association met yesterday in New York. Kx-President Hayes, who- is Presi dent ol the Association, occupied the chair. A motion to call a National Conference of prison oilieers and workers to discuss prison *»bor, indefinite sentence aud mark system, He., was referred to the Executive Commit T'. iV'J' ri«Ud of nurd tec. A dispatch from Tucson, Arizona, says Hut Ju '.ob Elmer and Charles Ilinesley, *LiL r < robbers, belonging to the gang that Killed messenger Collins on August 10th, were I TutïOn overtaken by a sheriff's posse near , when Elmer was killed and Hiues •ey wounded. The latter escaped into the mountains, but was pursued, and yesterday Wa s louml and killed. The N'ationial Association of Stationary Engineers, in session at Chicago yesterday, realllrmed tho belief that tho Association mould not become identified with any strikt; movement. 11 The following officers were elected: President, James G. Beckerly, of Chicago; Vice President, J. Kilpatrick, of St. koala; Secretary, A. M. Davy, of De | r °it; Treasurer, George M. Barker, of Bos ton. 'lhe schooner Martha Weeke landed Cap lin Lambert, wife and crew of the brig JJJy ut Vineyard Haven, Maosachu yesterday. Captain Lambert reported "Jb 0D the night oi October 3d. when two tuiles east of the Cross Rip Lightship, he was run into by an unknown steamer, which struck the brig amidships, sinking f T ' D minutes. The crew were in boats lourteeu hours. J 11 ® Minnesota Conference of the Metho flist Episcopal Church, In session at 8t. , ftu J| yesterday adopted resolutions request '•wi $ DLXt ^ en eral Conference to consider whether pastors may not be appointed for one or two years beyond the present term 'Um. years where the needs of work lm l*Y ve Jy demand it; provided it shall not pair tho itinerancy or the efficiency and prerogative of the appointive power." The skeleton of a well dressed man in a nr,. with one end of a rope bud Ins neck, the other one attached to ret , was found yesterday morning in the Ï™. l,L ' dr Sun Rafael, a suburb of San j..,., V" co * Hie skeleton bad apparently "eu there Bii or eight months. From the 1 uub jmlged t° be that of a man of etui I J car8, There was nothing In the Clothing by which It could be Identified. ^ lfW Orleans National Bank yester ,or »100.000 damages In the I'iki. !n ^'«lumbla Courts against the oriler' ai! r lr . ( ' L ' neral > becau »o o f toe latter'» live,,. ! r .V e 1:nh Ult., forbidding the de tte I"' ' l Ult hank ol registered letters aud of iu to O °f money orders because liai.liwitli a lottery company.. The ont , 6 ' 0 eomplalut asserts that the "defamatory and libellous t>aii[ 1 i r ',„m' 1 e WOS Oitended to charge It (the md 2 o ' f . rou 'lulont practices and Illegal liu-ine. a "0 "bout transacting Its banking ti, tt "0 to haee Its customers believe t was procuring money by fraudulent l' 1 ,ll 't irr.'. . Little Cathartic Fills y c t th,!"Powerful for the most robust, lutin«.. î. fe,t ,or ohllârcn and weak const! rcrtiii« uctlon In any disease Is uniform, R-JI« «fc, painless and effective. faillis —15 a C6D 18, A Well Known DniKKlih My drue »tore was the first to sell Swift'» Specific, it whs Chen put up in quart bottles which sold for $5.00 each. I have seen a great many cases cured by Its use, and some who had tried all sorts of treatment. In fact, I have never known It to Tall when taken properly. I sell a large quantity of it, and for all diseases that are dependent on blood poison or skin humor. It cures PDfPLEH AN!) BLOTCHES ON THE SKIN Etui makes the complexion fair and rosy. Ak for blood taint, there, Is no such word as fall. It cures cases that have long; withstood other sorts of treatment, aud without any of those recurring troubles that generally follow mercurial and other so-called T. L. Mashenhi ro, Macon, Ga. cures. A Curious l'clrltlcallon, fSauta Itosa (Cal. » «(.publican 1 J. P. Stanley returned Friday from a trip to Hoplend, Mendocino county. He brought with him a curiosity in the »hupe of a petri fied pumpkin found In the neighborhood of The etory is thfct a farmer, years ago, had a lot of pumpkins cd away by a freshet down a ravine, and for a number of years the pumpkins were observed where the water had lodged them, bul no one had ever thought they had turned to stone. A few weeks ago a man was passing down the ravine, and picked flp what he supposed to be a pumpkin, but to Ifls great, astonishment found, upon investi gation, that it was a bowlder, and a very heavy one at that, and that the rest of the pumpkins, to the number ol about 50, were also petrified. The specimen brought by Mr. Stanley is quite perfect, aud is of a cal careous formation. It attract* raueh atten lion. that town, some wash A YOUNG MAN'S CASK. Mn. S. S. Hoonv, Jr M of No, 147 Fork street Lewiston, Me., relates to the followingpcrsonal narratiro, May 14,1883 : "About fifteen months since I had a severe attack of typhoid fever, was very laino, and confined to iny bed for eleven weeks, and when tho fever loft mo I was in a very debilitated condition. My back and loins scorned to have no strongth, and I had no vitality kinds of medicine recommended by my friends« but found they did not Improve my condition. I was Induced to try Hunt's Remedy which has been used with such great success here in Low istonthatit has a very enviable reputation of being a most reli&blo medicine. 1 purchased one bottle, and can date my improved health from the tlmo 1 commenced using it, and my progress continued ver? repldly; 1 gained in strength, and exporlenccd less pain in my back my appetite increased, and after using threo(3) bottles my pains wore all gono, and ray health entirely restored, and I can most heartily re commend Hunt's Remedy to any who may need a true remedy for debility, kidney or urinary troubles." appetite. 1 tried various A GOOD MKCHANIC. Mr. L. J. Jones, of No. 10 Charles Street, Portland, Me ,writes us those convincing fhets: "May 11, 1883. I have 1er several years boon troubled with liver complaint and sndlgestlon, and have suffered ut times tlrriblo distress, and bavo tried many different cures, so called, that have boon recommended from time to time. I one day noticed in ono of our papers the testi monial of a person that had used Hunt's Remedy and been cured of diseases simlllar to mine. 1 purchased a bottle of one of our drug stores in Portland, and before I had used tho first bottle found that I was improving beyond my expecta tion; have used In all six bottles, and I have no trouble from indigestion, no distress or pain in buck ns 1 formerly had; and since I havo been curod my wifo has used it for kidney trouble and It has cured hor. We can both say that Hunt's Remedy Is a blessing to any that troubled with kidney or liver diseases, or indi gestion. We gladly recommend it to our friends or to any sufiorers from liver or kidney diseases and you can use this letter as you may chooso for thg best Interest of suffering humanity." ? «S 63 ä CJi If] -< OÖ O È3 -I ? El 1 <J cro ] S3 v f! A î E.\\ » t P9 I P» A / t C/3 K CO >-a p J, » .# Henry Colleqp ' Lottery $30,000 for $2. REGULAR MONTHLY DRAWING 2 WILL TAKE place In the Masonic Hall, Masonic Temple Building, in Louisville. Ky., ThursJay, October 25, 1883. A LAWFUL LOTTERY AND FAIR DRAW INGS, chartered bv the Legislature ofKy., and twice declared legal by the highest court in the State. Bond given to Henry County In the sum of f 100,000 for the ^prompt payment of all prizes sold. A REVOLUTION IN SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS. supervisor, and see the Jar Every ticket holder? his call out the number on ids ticket corresponding number on the tag placed in the wheel In his )>re ence. These drawings will the fast Thursday of every monta. Read the magnificent occur OCTOBER SCHEME. .$30,000 .10,000 . 6,000 . 8,000 .. 8,000 . 10,000 . 10,000 .10,000 12,000 10,000 2,760 iJPrise. l Prize. 1 Prize.. 2Prises, $2,5«each 8 " 1,000 " BOO *• » ' ^ 0 L00 200 20 #00 10 " . 800 " Approximation 1,000 » 1,800 m 1 0 9 .... m.. 6110,400 1,857 Prizes. WHOLE TICKETS, |2. HALF TICKET» «1. 27 Tickets, $50 ; 55 Tickets, »100. Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter, o» send byExpress. Don't send by Re^lstererf letter or Post Office Order. Orders or »5 and npwsrd by Express, can b e-ent at onr «JJP 8 "* 6 *,..M?!® 08 orders to J. J.DOUGLAS, Louisville Kr. UhOTHISO < I [ , J22 In Medium-Weight Over coats, suitable for this Fall weather,our assortment is unu sually large. Genteel in cut and general make-up and low iu price. A. C. YATES & CO., -LEDGER BUILDING Chestnut and Sixth Streets, _ PHILADELPHIA. LIQUOR U KAT.KHJt , TOHN P. DONAHOE, O -BOTTLER AND BOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM KABSEY A CO.'B PHILADELPHIA Ale, Porter and Brown Stout, —ALSO— e Ce.ebrated Hartholomay Rochester Beer, rhe brewings are unequalled for purity and c Y n,u ÂÎ ly °, n h * nd in kegs or buttled. Mlneial waters la all the different flavors. OF b '7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. 49*Polite and accommodating drivers. Orders attended to. He Is also connec ted with the Telephone Exchange, and his signal 19 --_ myl-18 QRANGE GROVE PURE RYE WHISKY. —I* FACT— THE PUREST, RICHEST All» REST RYE WHISKY EXTANT. bottle. Br the gallon JAMES A. KELLY 5 Uniform in quality Rich and delicate in fl»vor. Absolutely pu re rye. A sure and safe to lie. A reliable stimulant B. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS. mvs-'v-s* THE BEST GLASS A -OF LAGER BEER! -IN THE CITY, ALSO - PORTER AND ATÆ ON DRAFT, AT E. P. FREYE'S, NO. 17 EA8T SECOND STREET. Jy 23-tfl2 gPECHT & 8PAHN Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery —AND— BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT, CORNER FIFTH AND DüPONT STREETS, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. J9*Orders by mall promptly filled. Families supplied with bottled beer; pint bottles A cents a dozen. A share of your*patronage is respectfully solle lied. _ u _ 1012-1-17 GRAND UNION HOTEL, [European Plan] and Restaurant, OPPOSITE THE PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT, Wilmington, Delaware. This hotel Is a new building, entirely newly furnished In a most elegant style and offers American and German comforts. Refreshments and ealabUs first-class at fair prices. HENRY BLOUTH. Proprietor. W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8. BONDED WAREHOUSE» pure rye whiskies from the following celebrated dis tilleries* A. Overbolt A Co., Januniy 1879 and Jane 1880. A. Gurkenhelmer A Bro., May W79. John Gibson, Bon A Co.,May 1879 and June 1880. Hannls Distilling Co., August 1879. Btaerwood, November 1879 and June 1880. Neverstnk (Reading, Pa.,) February, 1880. Vernon, May, 1880. goods will be sold either In bond the lowest market rates. Bamples Mt. The above tax paid at may be seen at this store. NO. 103 MARKET BTBEET. my 6-20 or FKANCXB KELLY « CO SE IDENBERG'S CIGAHS ! AT WHOLESALE RATES. Chas. J. H. Beckett 108 WEST SEVENTH STREET. tySO-mf, ? ^NTON HENZE, 124 KING STREET. FINEST BRANDS OF] WINES.' NIERSTEINER RKI8LING, NINO MARSALA, MISM Also a fine line of ILMERE, ETC. LIQUORS, And the best brands of Havana and KEY WEST CIGARS. POTH'S CELEBRATED BEEB, ys on hand. If you want a gl ZE'S is the place you are looking for. NO. 224 KING SERKET. of beer A. Aiwa UKN aug2S-tf-85 4P Ll / MIS VKLL AKM 0 1TK. INTERESTING TO EVERYBODY. All the Men and Boys of Philadelphia will find the Cloth ing Stock at Oak Hall equal to their wants. Our business thus far this autumn has been great beyond expectation, but to-day we enter upon the really large trade of the season. Our plans have been made with reference to it, and Oak Hall offers to day what we believe is the completest retail Clothing Stock for Men and Boys in the United States. Our fellow-citizens need only to be reminded that we are pioneers in the production of fine clothing by Philadelphia labor, and that our ambition is now, as it always has been, to give the people of this city the most complete Clothing House in America, where their wants may be supplied with the very best clothing at the very least cost. The people support us generously in this policy, and we, therefore, have çourage to do better things than ever. The stock and the prices tell the story. WANAMAKER & BROWN. Oak Hall, S. E. Corner Sixth and Market. * JOHN MEALEY. NO. 205 MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON, DEL. Sole Agent for State of Delaware for WERNER & CO.'S Champagne ine PRICE LIST. Per Case 12 do 24 ft $7.00 $8.00 DIR-OUNT TN QUANTITIES. 5 Cases 10 Cue. • 25 Cases - K per cent. * 10 per cent. • 18 per cent 1 l-ORTED BELFAST GINUElt ALE BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT. IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS. Pure Rye Old Star Whisky, Diamond O Whisky. KENNEBEC ICE AND CCAL CCM'Y PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. E. COB. SECOND AND KING STREETS : -ICE HOUSE AND COAL TARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE Branch Office and Depot, Fourth and Poplar sts, and No. 200 West Eighth st« PRIOR OF EASTERN lOS t 40 cents per week 116 pounds dally 66 " ** " » " ** ween is per 96 " •• pounds dally. 12 •• •• 61.06 " •• » POUNDS AND OVER AT THE RATE OF 60 CT8. PER 100 POUNDS. The least neglect or incivility on the part of the driver should be made known at the office once, andlt will receive prompt attention. We keep constantly on hand a CHOICE SELECTION OF COAL from the most popular mines, which we deliver in cellars free of charge, where shoot be used. mvl-1-20 W wagon DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S, Indian Blood Syrup ! Cures all diseasesof the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Skin and Blood MILLIONS testify to its efficacy in healing the above-named diseases, and pronounce it to be the —BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN flpjf 0 Guaranteed to cure DYSPEPSIA, grHI AGENTS WANTED. Labratory, 77 W. 3d St. New York City. Druggists sell it. STEAMSHIP LINES . ON AND AFTER MON VJ ADY, MAY 14, 1883, THE NEW AND ELEGANT STEAMER WILMINGTON, • For Philadelphia, calling Chester, leaves Wilmington dally, Sunday in cluded. from Fourth street wharr at 6.40 a. in. ; returning leaves Philadelphia at 4.1fi p. in., from second wn»rf below Chestnut street. Boat can at Marcus Hook aud be chartered f»r moonlight excursions at low ra^M. f Freight received all day at Philadelphia. ^NCHGR LINE. UNITED STATE» MAIL STEAMSHIPS Ball From New York Every Saturday for GLASGOW via. LONDONDERRY, Cabin passage, ffio to |80. Second cabin, $40. Steerage, outward, $28, Prepaid, $21. LIVERPOOL & QUEENSTOWN SERVICE. FURNESB1A sails Oct. 13, Nov. 17, Dec. 22. CITY OF ROME sa»s Oct. 27, Dec. 1. BELGRAVIA sails Nov. V. Dec. 8 Cabin passage $60 to flOO according to accommo dations. Second Cabin and Steerage as above. . Anchor Line Drafts Issued at lowest rates are r aid t ree of charge in England, Scotland and reland For Passage, Cabin Plans. Book of Tonrs, 4c., apply to ft EN DKRÖON BROTHERS. Nee York, or SAMUEL F. BETTS, Adams Expreaa, or. A. D. LeCarpenter, DuPont's Mills, Wil mington PURE INDIA TEAS! Absolutely pure. They contain no spurious or exhausted leaves. No(hemlcals or Coloring Matter used lu their Preparation. Very valuable lor mixing with Weaker and Cheaper China Teas. Theycontalu a very high percentage of Extract. They are cultivated and prepared under the supervision of Foreigners, upon the most approved scientific methods. The leaf is manipulated by machinery, giving uniformity of appearance throughout entire plucklngs. They retain thetr valuable qualities f^r an un usual length of time. JOHN O. PHILLIPS A DO., 1» Water street. New York. Agenlsofthe CalcRlta Tea Syndicate. FREIGHT LUTES, pOR PHILADELPHIA. WARNER'S Philadelphia and Wilmington Propellers ; Sail dally from Market street wharf, Wilming ton, and first wharf below Chestnut street, Philadelphia, at6p. in. FREIGHT CARRIED . by any other line, and carefhlly handled r our personal supervision. Express dellv made In either city by our own wagons. as low under eries Chas. Warner & Co. Only office in the city connected with Telephone Exchange by two wires, two transmitters and two Indicators. m2lt-tf pOR NEW YORK. Electric Line Steamers Triplet, Vesper and Annie -SAIL FEOM Klng Street Whsrf, I Pier 15, East River, Wilmington,Del., I New York, Tuesday, Thursday, ( Monday, Wednesday Saturday, 2 p. E. Freight carried as low as by any other Une New York and Eastern cities. E. ANDREWS. Agent. Fridays, 4 p. m. m26-tf Trunks and Traveling Bags ! J. A. CONNER, Reliable Harness and Trunk Manufacturer, has removed to his new store, ND. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET, where you will find the largest assortment of Harness, Trunks, Bags, etv.. In the olty. Ladles and gt'nt.lcmen , spocketbooksandladlo»«i»opplDg bags sold at reasonable prices. Prompt attention paid u> repairing tranks and traveling beg«. rjcrmwAM* mmmmdiju. THE-GOING VETERINARY REMEDIES ! -BY WILLIAMS These remedies have a world-renowned reputation, and if once given a trial will quickly prove their superior qualities. PRICE LIST : A GENERAL CONDITION POWDER. FOK WORMS, PER PACKAGE FOR FISimA, SPRAINS, TfNDEK CORNS, AND GEN ERAL LINIMENT, PER BOTTLE - - FOR SPRAINS BELOW JOINT, CURB8 AND SPLINTS. FOR WOUNDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION - ' FOR THRUSH . . . FOR EYE WATER FOR WARTS ... FOR GREA8E AND SCRATCHES FOR COLIC - . 50 CENTS. 50 CENTS. 50 CENTS. 50 CENTS. 50 CENT8. . 25 CENTS. 25 CENTS. 25 CENTS. 25 CENTS. 25 CENTS. The above remedies are in use by the leading horsemen in the country, and as they are simple and safe any person may admin ister them to his horse and save a large doc tor's fee. They will do all they are mended to if the directions are followed and they are kept constantly on hand. GENERAL CONDITION POWDER. This may be used as the very best treat ment in Epizootic,Distemper, Swollen Glands and should be administered especially after a hard drive to prevent the animal from being feverish. It is indispensable in colds and coughs. recom WORM POWDER This is thç only sure remedy ever used for those anoying pests. If the animal is so troubled they will be expelled in a very short time after the first administration, leaving the horse in excellent condition and the hair lively color. a FOR FISTULA, SPRAINS, Tender Cords and a general Liniment. This is tue uest uniment in me worm, ana is usea by Robert Bonner to-day in preference to any other. FOR SPAV IN below the joint. A horse spavin can be re moved and the hair restored in six weeks. A bog spavin can not be removed, the only relief to the animal is to give him a high heeled shoe. Wounds of every description can be healed by these remedies. FOR THRUSH. By following the directions the lame horse can be relieved in three days, ready for use, and by attending to his feet twice a week and giving him a dry stall he will never be troubled again. FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES. This is now the only safe and sure remedy in use. .If the disease involves the entire leg it will make a perfect cure, and will remove any skin disease on any part of the body. FOR COLIC. This remedy is so convenient that the horse can be relieved without even taking him from the carriage if it be wind colic. If flatulent keep the horse quiet and in addition to the remedy give 3 or 4 tablespoonfuls of scalded flour and starch with 2 ounces of laudanum every 2 hours for 4 to 6 hours and if there are no other complications no horse need ever die with colic under his treatment. FOR SALE AT THE. NIGHT PHARMACY, 402 MARKET ST. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.